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Ali Abu al-Ragheb (Arabic: علي أبو الراغب‎‎) (born 1946) was the Prime Minister of Jordan from 19 June 2000 until 25 October 2004. He resigned and was replaced by Faisal al-Fayez.
His Excellency
Ali Abu al-Ragheb
3rd Prime Minister of Jordan
In office
21 July 2004 – 22 October 2004
MonarchAbdullah II56
Preceded byAli Abu al-Ragheb (second term)
Succeeded byFaisal al-Fayez
In office
14 January 2002 – 20 July 2004
MonarchAbdullah II
Preceded byAli Abu al-Ragheb (first term)
Succeeded byAli Abu al-Ragheb (third term)
In office
19 June 2000 – 14 January 2002
Preceded byAbdelraouf al-Rawabdeh
Succeeded byAli Abu al-Ragheb (second term)
Personal details
BornAli Hussein Abu al-Ragheb
1946
Amman
Alma materUniversity of Tennessee
ProfessionCivil engineer
Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb was born in Amman, Jordan in 1946. He obtained his BSc in Civil Engineering in 1967 from the University of Tennessee in the United States.[1]
Abu al-Ragheb was partner and managing director of National Engineering and Contracting Co from 1971-1991. He later served as Minister of Industry and Trade in 1991 and in 1995. He was also appointed as Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources in 1991-1993 and was elected to the Jordanian parliament in 1993. Abu Ragheb was appointed Prime Minister and Minister of Defense on 19 June 2000.
Abu al-Ragheb's name was published in the Panama Papers that were released in early April 2016 by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
Decorations
See also
List of Prime Ministers of Jordan
References
^ Commencement address at University of Tennessee
External links
Prime Ministry of Jordan website
Political offices
Preceded by
Abdelraouf al-Rawabdeh
Prime Minister of Jordan
2000–2003
Succeeded by
Faisal al-Fayez
[[Category:Government ministers of Jordan,Amman ]]

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